We still have a month (plus a little wiggle room) of Summer to revel in the glory of the outdoors, including parties in the open air. Is there anything better? Think fresh flowers, twinkling candles and passed wine for a casual yet lovely summer dining experience. And today, we’re devoting SMP at Home to all things Alfresco starting with this beauty of a tablescape styled by Isari Flower Studio + Event Design along with photography by Courtney Yee. It’s a medley of organic, desert dwelling blooms mixed with a pop of pattern and eclectic tabletop pieces with a Navajo feel. Hop on over to the full gallery for more and we’ll be back in a bit with more delicious bits for your next backyard shindig.
A little bit behind the Inspiration for this table… Isari Flower Studio designers have been inspired by the Navajo movement. This summer to fall dinner party theme embraces a modern tribal aesthetic which is influenced by neon, patterns and ever-lasting blooms. The farm to table concept is featured with organic elements of China Asters, Succulents, Protea and other desert wonders. Poppies, Chocolate Cosmos, Rhododendron and Cornflower add organic pops of neon. Tabletop accessories include an aqua Moser Glass cake plate, vintage amber goblets, linen napkins and burnt orange dish ware. The natural wood table is a perfect backdrop to highlight the contemporary geometric table runner. Now you have the ideal setting to serve a prickly pear margarita for your friends and family.